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  • Summer School Lunch Schedule

    Breakfast and Lunch are available to all children ages 1 to 18 without charge during our summer school program, June 20th to July 8.  Breakfast will be from 7:30 to 8:10 am and lunch will be from 11:20 to 12:30 pm.  


     

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  • Registration Aug 9 & 10

    Registration will be August 9th & 10th.  Staff will be at the school from 8 AM to 3 PM and will be glad for you to come in and register your students for the coming school year. 

    If you want to register online, we will be happy to assist you.  Online registration will be available in August.

    Registration will be through PowerSchool this year.  If you cannot remember your PowerSchool parent account password, just call (208) 862-3203 or email hallyn@cassiaschools.org and we will reset it.

    For those of you who have not created a PowerSchool account, we have created one for you.  It will be linked to the email you have provided to the school.  You will find all of your elementary children already attached to your account.

    Please don’t fuss trying to make PowerSchool work for you.  If it doesn’t work on the first try, please call the school.  It is so much easier to fix things from our end.  It will only take a moment or two.  Or just come to the school.  We will be here.

    PowerSchool Sign-in Page for Parents


     

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  • 2022-2023 Idaho Battle of the Books

    It's like sports but with books!

    Idaho Battle of the Books, or IBOB, is a statewide voluntary reading motivation and comprehension program open to all Idaho students in grades 4-12. IBOB is meant to:

    • expose students to quality literature representing a variety of literary styles and viewpoints
    • encourage and recognize students who enjoy reading
    • share the love of reading with students who have not yet discovered that for themselves
    • broaden reading interests
    • increase reading comprehension
    • promote academic excellence
    • promote cooperative learning and teamwork among students

    Lists of books are chosen, and questions are written, for each grade level division; elementary (grades 4-6), middle/junior high (grades 6-9) and high school (grades 9-12). Students read the books, discuss them, and then compete in teams of four students to correctly answer questions based on the books in a quiz show format. Levels of competition begin at the school or local library level, and continue into regional and state competitions.

    Teams are currently being created for the middle/junior high division at Burley Junior High School (grades 7-8) and Declo Junior High School (grade 6). If you are interested in participating at your school, contact your school librarian or reading teacher. Librarians or teachers with questions can contact Cindy Young at BJHS or find more information and the lists of books at the IBOB Website: idahobattleofthebooks.org

    Copies of the 2022-2023 Middle/Junior High titles have been added to our Sora collection and are listed here:

    • Fever 1793 – Laurie Halse Anderson
    • The Blackbird Girls – Anne Blankman
    • The Rig – Joe Ducie
    • It Ain’t So Awful, Falafel – Firoozeh Dumas
    • Starfish – Lisa Fipps
    • The Ruins of Gorlan: Ranger’s Apprentice – John Flanagan
    • The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise – Dan Gemeinhart
    • When Stars are Scattered – Victoria Jamieson
    • OCDaniel – Wesley King
    • Bloom – Kenneth Oppel
    • Pony – R.J. Palacio
    • The Someday Birds – Sally J. Pla
    • Peak – Roland Smith
    • Loot – Jude Watson
    • Leviathan – Scott Westerfeld
    • Dealing with Dragons – Patricia C. Wrede

    Download a flyer with titles and covers here


     

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  • Sora Sweet Reads Summer Reading Resources

    All of Cassia County School District is gearing up for summer break. While summer presents an opportunity to relax and enjoy the sunshine, we want our students to continue to find ways to learn while away from the classroom.

    We have an exciting reading service available through Sora, the student reading app, which provides free 24/7 access to ebooks and audiobooks. What better way to engage your student’s mind than through reading?

    Running from May 4 to August 17, 2022, the Sora Sweet Reads program offers a collection of Juvenile and Young Adult titles that will be prominently displayed in Sora for quick and easy unlimited access. You can explore the title offerings and learn more about the program here: https://resources.overdrive.com/sora-sweet-reads/.

    Sora provides a quick and easy way to access digital book titles from our school. Students can log in using their school gmail and instantly access thousands of ebooks and audiobooks on virtually any device. Get started today at https://soraapp.com or download the free Sora app for Android or iOS. Our Sora library is named Cassia County School District.

    Do you have questions or need more information? Contact your school librarian.


     

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  • There's An App For Us!

    In case you haven't downloaded it yet, here is information about our CJSD 151 App. It is how we can best communicate with you!

    Use the links or the QR code below to add it so you can...

    • View news stories
    • View calendar information
    • View sports scores
    • Access school and staff information
    • Receive important alerts

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  • Safe School Alert System

    Safety is one of our district's top priorities. Tips on bullying, harassment, drugs, vandalism or any safety issues you're concerned about can be reported through our SAFE SCHOOL ALERT system.

    Every report that is recieved through the SAFE SCHOOL ALERT system is immediately reported to our school administration so that they can investigate and take appropriate action. And,tips may also be submitted anonymously if you prefer.

    If you have information about a threat to our safety, or the safety of an individual, do your part and report it!

    If You See Something Say Something

     


     

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  • Suicide Prevention Resources

    Law Enforcement

    Call 911 for an immediate emergency

    Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline

    Contact the Hotline if you or someone you know is in crisis or emotional distress. The Hotline is available 24/7, TEXT support is available Monday through Friday from 3:00 PM to Midnight, but CHAT support is currently unavailable due to COVID-19.

    1-208-398-4357

    1-208-398-HELP

    Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    If you are thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. It is available to everyone, is free, and is confidential.

    1-800-273-8255

    1-800-273-TALK

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Talk to Someone Now


    Connect LogoStudent CONNECT Program

    Connect is a resource to help address a broad range of personal difficulties that may be causing distress. This benefit is free to any Cassia student grades K-12.

    1-800-926-9619

    Cassia County School District: CONNECT Program


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  • Oakley Elementary School is located in a beautiful valley in Southern Idaho. We are a small agricultural community that delivers big support for our children. It is the goal of this website to provide timely communication with families and community members and to celebrate our students’ success.

     

    Welcome to the Oakley Elementary Website.  Come on in and see what is here.

    Oakley Elementary School Building

     

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